Nightscapes: Tales of the Ominous and Magical

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Nightscapes: Tales of
the Ominous and Magical
Nightscapes.jpg
Cover of Nightscapes: Tales of
the Ominous and Magical
Author Darrell Schweitzer
Illustrator Jason Van Hollander
Cover artist Jason Van Hollander
Country United States
Language English
Genre Fantasy short stories
Publisher Wildside Press
Publication date
2000
Media type Print (Hardcover)
Pages 220 pp
ISBN 978-1-58715-060-9
OCLC 70136682

Nightscapes: Tales of the Ominous and Magical is a collection of dark fantasy short stories written by Darrell Schweitzer. It was first published in hardcover and trade paperback by Wildside Press in April 2000.[1]

The collection consists of seventeen early works of the author, including one of his tales about the legendary madman Tom O'Bedlam. The pieces were originally published from 1973-1999 in various speculative fiction magazines and anthologies.

Contents[edit]

  • "A Servant of Satan" (from Interzone no. 136, Oct. 1998)
  • "Adam" (from Cemetery Dance no. 24, Sum. 1996)
  • "The Liar's Mouth" (from Cemetery Dance no. 16, Sum. 1993)
  • "The Voice of Bel-Hemad" (from Fantasy Book v. 5, no. 3, Sep. 1986)
  • "Bitter Chivalry" (from Realms of Fantasy v. 5, no. 3, Feb. 1999)
  • "Caliban's Revenge" (from Weirdbook no. 13, May 1978)
  • "In the Evening of Dreams" (from Weirdbook no. 6, Jan. 1973)
  • "The Witch of the World's End" (from 100 Wicked Little Witch Stories, 1995)
  • "On the Holy Mountain" (from Marion Zimmer Bradley's Fantasy Magazine no. 25, Fall 1994)
  • "Smart Guy" (from Dante's Disciples, Feb. 1996)
  • "Return from Exile" (from Terra Incognita no. 3, Sum. 1998)
  • "Kvetchula" (from Marion Zimmer Bradley's Fantasy Magazine no. 36, Sum. 1997)
  • "The Silence in Kandretiphon" (from Adventures in Sword & Sorcery no. 3, 1996)
  • "Running to Camelot" (from Marion Zimmer Bradley's Fantasy Magazine no. 40, Sum. 1998)
  • "Told by Moonlight" (from The Camelot Chronicles, Aug. 1992)
  • "The Epilogue of the Sword" (from Excalibur, May 1995)
  • "Time Enough for Lunacy" (from Weirdbook no. 25, Aut. 1990)

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